MCLLC Education Abroad Programs
MCLLC offers many study abroad programs for UK students in China, Japan, France, Martinique, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Russia and Italy. It is our mission to ensure that each student majoring in or studying a world language has the opportunity to experience the culture and daily life of the peoples who speak it. Education Abroad not only improves language ability, but introduces students to an entirely new perspective on the world. For more information on Education Abroad, please visit the Education Abroad website. For information on specific MCLLC programs, please contact the following faculty members:
- Students of German can study in Heidelberg, Bielefeld or Ludwigsburg, Germany and Graz or Salzburg, Austria. Please find details here or contact Professor Jeff Rogers.
- Students of Chinese can study in Shanghai, China. Please find details here or contact Professor Liang Luo.
- Students of French can study in Paris, Lille, Nice, or Besancon, France, on Martinique, or in Neuchatel, Switzerland. Please find details here or contact Professor Sadia Zoubir-Shaw.
- Students of Japanese can study in Yatushiro, Akita, Mishima, Kyoto, Hirakata City or Nagoya, Japan. Please find details here or contact Professor Marro Inoue.
- Students of Russian can study in Moscow, Vladimir, St. Petersburg, Irkutsk and Vladivostok, Russia. Please find details here or contact Professor Cynthia Ruder.
- Students of Italian can study in Arezzo, Italy. Contact Professor Ioana Larco.
- Students of Arabic can study in Jordan. Contact Professor Ghadir Zannoun.
UK Education Abroad has collaborated with MCLLC to develop major-specific advising resources to assist students with selecting programs that most closely align with each degree program. If a Major Advising Page (MAP) is not yet listed, it does not limit eligibility to participate in an education abroad program. Please visit the Education Abroad Resource Center in Bradley Hall for additional resources and assistance with choosing an appropriate program. All Major Advising Pages are provided in PDF format.